Someone wasn't getting the message
When Page Linstrom first set eyes on Ian Faber, it was two a.m. and she was delivering an order of truffle pate and champagne to his San Francisco town house. Ian was intrigued. Page kept her distance. But he didn't get the message.
The overworked owner of Pedal Pushers, Page was committed to her bicycle courier service and didn't have time for a social life. But that didn't faze Ian. Page said she had no experience with high society. That didn't faze Ian, either. However, her riding a bike alone at night did. Ian wanted Page to stop before something happened - which was a premonition she should have listened to, for she soon found herself accused of a crime she didn't commit!